Monday, August 22, 2016

Look Who Came to Visit

We had garden visitors, uninvited ones at that!
We were paging through the trail cam photos,
typically a cat or perhaps one of us tending the 
vegetables--until this!

Now why are they looking at my tomatoes?
I don't mind that they are standing right in the middle
of the green peppers, they didn't do anything anyway, but 
I have never had them bother tomatoes before.
Maybe there are some tasty weeds growing beneath them.



I don't know but aren't they pretty? Did they eat them? I like that trail cam you have.

Lady Locust said...

Tomato plants are toxic to critters so they must be helping you weed๐Ÿ˜Š

Gorges Smythe said...

I've had deer and squirrels both eat my tomatoes, the deer about a week before you'd pick them, and the squirrels about ONE DAY before!

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

We had bites in some earlier, these were ok.
Maybe that's why they didn't eat them, toxic?
It's hard to keep things away from squirrels unless they are caged all round.

LindaG said...

Venison next year?

Powell River Books said...

All I get on my critter cam is woodrats raiding my garden pots on the deck. They love to arrive at midnight so it is always in black and white. - Margy

Manny said...

Deer are attractive animals, but boy can they destroy a garden. Best of luck on that.